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Hike Details for Donner Canyon to Meridian Pt

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Mt. Diablo State Park
Donner Canyon to Meridian Pt

City: Clayton
Region: EastBay
Park: Mt. Diablo State Park

Sunday, June 06, 2010 @ 9:30 AM


Event Notes:

It is my privilege to offer this bon voyage hike for our friend Diane. She is moving to Indiana to be close to her daughters. Our leader John Bondon will be leading and my buddies will be assisting. John will be hosting a lunch afterwards. Now is your chance to meet him. He is the reason this is all possible. Oh yes, the hike is 6 miles with 1,000 ft of elevation and we all can do it. No services on this hike.

Contact: Andrew Kincaid
Email: [email protected]
Home Phone: (925) 484-4205


Trail Notes:

This is a 6 mile hike with 1,000 ft of elevation. Mix of sun and shade, fire road and single track. Hiking poles helpful.


Trailhead Directions:

From Dublin/San Ramon, take Hwy 680 North towards Concord/Martinez. Exit at Ygnacio Valley Road in Walnut Creek. At bottom of offramp, turn RIGHT at stoplight onto Ygnacio Valley Road. Continue on Ygnacio for 7.5 miles up the hill and into the city of Concord. At stoplight turn RIGHT onto Clayton Road.

Or from the north, take Southbound 680 and exit at Treat Blvd. At end of offramp turn left then make an immediate left turn at the next light onto Treat Blvd. Follow Treat into the city of Concord for approximately 8 miles. At light turn right onto Clayton Road.

Take Clayton Road into the Town of Clayton. Pass Mitchell Canyon Rd on your right and Oakhurst and Diablo View School on your left. Regency Drive is a private residential street with a traffic light at its intersection. Turn right on Regency Drive and park at the end of the street. Regency Gate is just down the hill from the Dead End.

Parking Fee: none
Other Fees: none

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Friday, September 18, 2009.

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